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The effect of alcohol, and investigative interviewing approach on witness recall of an interactive event

Conference contribution
Authors Angelica Hagsand
Andrea Wolfs
Omri Diamond
Amelia Jafary
Nadja Schreiber Compo
Jacqueline Evans
Published in American Psychology Law Society (AP-LS) annual conference. Seattle, USA: 16-18 March
Publication year 2017
Published at Department of Psychology
Language en
Links ap-ls.wildapricot.org/program
Keywords alcohol, witnesses, interview method,
Subject categories Psychology, Applied Psychology

Abstract

Many witnesses and victims are intoxicated, but few studies have examined how alcohol affects memory. The present study compared the effects of different interview approaches on intoxicated witnesses’ recall of an interactive event. Participants were randomly assigned to a condition within a 3 (Intoxication level: sober vs. placebo vs. intoxicated) x 3 (Interview technique: positive vs. negative vs. mixed) between-participants design. Participants consumed 3 beverages, were involved in an interactive event, and were interviewed immediately after the event using either positive, negative or mixed interviewing approaches. Data-collection is currently ongoing; preliminary findings and implications will be discussed.

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